L.Male Angeles FC (LAFC) Philadelphia Union in a penalty shootout MLS Cup at Bank of California Stadium on Saturday gareth baleHe scored the equalizing goal for the home team in extra time.
Kellyn Acosta Opening the LAFC score at 28 minutes, Daniel Gazdag 14 minutes into the second half, Philly scored an equalizer.
Jesus Murillo With seven minutes left to play in regulation, they regained LAFC’s lead.
LAFC celebrated as if they had already won the title, Jack Elliott Extra time was forced just minutes after Murillo’s goal.
Just before the final whistle, Christian Tello Bale replaced Acosta off the bench Carlos Vera After a scoreless first half of extra time.
Maxime Crepeau gets red card for broken leg
LAFC goalie Maxim Crepeau He got injured and received a red card for the same play.
116 minutes, Crepeaux sent off for tackling a wide open Corey Burkewas running downhill against the LA Keeper.
Crepeaux hit Burke’s shin, broke his own leg and had to be carted off the field.
John McCarthy Replaced Crepeaux and became an LAFC hero in the penalty shootout.
Gareth Bale equalizes in extra time
Elliott scored what appeared to be the winning goal for Union in the 124th minute.
The Philadelphia defender has just two goals all season, MLS Cup Last.
Bale scored a stunning equalizer in the 127th minute with a perfect header to force extra time.
LAFC head coach Steve Cerundro Looked like a genius replacing Vera with Bale.
John McCarthy becomes LAFC hero in penalty shootout
Terror missed the first penalty with a weak shot stopped by the Union goalkeeper James Blake.
Gazdag then shot a penalty to keep the score at zero and slipped as he pushed LAFC forward. Dennis Buanga Open score in shootout.
McCarthy blocked the next shot and became the hero of the night.
Illy Sanchez scored the winning penalty to the youngster MLS The franchise’s first title.